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CHARLES H. SMELSER, Democrat, District 4. Born in Uniontown, Carroll County,
July 4,1920. Attended Carroll County public schools; University of Maryland, B.S., 1942.
Dairy farmer and real estate broker. Served with U.S. Air Force in World War II. Member,
Frederick County Farm Bureau. Past president, Capitol Milk Producers Cooperative, Inc.
President, New Windsor State Bank. Past president, T.ihertyrnwn-Uninnville T-inns Ouh.
Married. Member of the House of Delegates, 1955-63. Member of the Senate since 1967.
Member, Budget and Taxation Committee (chairman, capital budget subcommittee;
member, subcommittee on public safety, transportation, economic development and
natural resources); Executive Nominations Committee; Rules Committee. Member, Leg-
islative Policy Committee; Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative
Review. Annapolis office: 100 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3704.

NORMAN R. STONE, JR., Democrat, District 7. Born in Baltimore, September 8,
1935. Attended Baltimore public schools; University of Baltimore; University of Baltimore
Law School, LL.B., 1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Past president, North Point
Improvement Association; past president, St. Luke's Holy Name Society. Member, Beth
Council Knights of Columbus; Edgemere Moose; North Point Peninsula Community
Coordinating Council. Married; 4 children. Selected as one of the 10 "Outstanding
Legislators in the United States" by the Assembly of Governmental Employees; "Conser
vationist of the Year" by Clean Water Action; "Town Notable" in his legislative district.
Member of House of Delegates, 1963-67. Member of Senate since 1967. Vice-Chairman,
Judicial Proceedings Committee. Member, Executive Nominations Committee; Rules
Committee; Legislative Policy Committee. Former chairman, Economic and Environmen-
tal Affairs Committee, 1985 86. Former chairman, Constitutional and Public Law Com-
mittee, 1983-84 (vice-chairman, 1975-82). Former chairman and vice-chairman, Joint                 |
Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Former chairman,
Baltimore County Senate Delegation, 1968-72. District office: 6905 Dunmanway, Balti-
more 21222; tel. 288-5270. Annapolis office: 216 James Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-
3587. iMgmL

DECATUR W. (BUCKY) TROTTER, Democrat, District 24. Born in Washington,
D.C., January 8, 1932. Attended Washington, DC, public schools; Virginia State Uni-
versity, B.S., 1956. Served in U.S. Army, 1950-52. Adult rehabilitation supervisor for
Bureau of Rehabilitation. Glenarden Town Councilman, 1961-68. Mayor of Glenarden,
1970-74. Judge, Prince George's County Orphans' Court, 1982-83. Former member,
Maryland Municipal League. Married; 2 daughters. Member of the House of Delegates,
1975-79. Member of the Senate since 1983. Member, Budget and Taxation Committee
(health, education and human resources subcommittee; capital budget subcommittee).
Vice-Chairman, Rules Committee. Member, Special Joint Committee on Pensions; Joint
Committee on Legislative Ethics. Chairman, Legislative Black Caucus, 1986-88. Member,
Governor's Commission on Black and Minority Health; Task Force on Infrastructure
Financing. District office: 5611 Landover Rd., Hyattsville 20784; tel. 277-7500. Annapolis
office: 313 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3148,841-3148.

MICHAEL J. WAGNER, Democrat, District 32. Born in Baltimore, October 20,1941.

Gl»n Burnie Senior High; University of Baltimore, A.A., 1966. President, H &M Wagner

& Sons, Inc. (food and restaurant supplies). President, Executive Caterers. Justice of the
Peace, Anne Arundel County, 1963-64; committing magistrate, Anne Arundel County,
1965-66. Member, Regional Planning Council; State Advisory Council on Nutrition.
Member, Masons; Elks; Moose; Linthicum-Ferndale Youth Athletic Association; Greater
Ferndale Improvement Association; Ferndale-Linthicum Area Community Council (orga-
nizer and founder, 1975); Andover Sport Boosters; Glen Burnie Chamber of Commerce;
Wagner Baseball, Inc. (founder and Board of Directors, 1977—). Voted Outstanding
Young Man, 1975, Glen Burnie Jaycees. Chairman, YMCA-Partner with Youth, 1986-88.
Married; 2 children. Member of the House of Delegates, 1975-77. Member of the Senate,
1977-79 and since 1983. Member, Finance Committee. Chairman, Executive Nominations
Committee. Chairman, Anne Arundel County Senators, 1983—. Member, Protocol
Committee. District office: 510 Arundel Center North, 101 Crain Hwy., N.W., Glen
Burnie 21061; tel. 760-6453. Annapolis office: 209 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3593.


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